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Strengthening Bilateral Ties: Prime Minister of Guyana Met President of India

Prime Minister Mark Phillips of the Cooperative Republic of Guyana recently visited Rashtrapati Bhavan to meet with President Droupadi Murmu of India. Despite geographical distances, both leaders emphasized the historical, cultural, and linguistic ties that bind India and Guyana, thanks to their colonial past and diverse societies.

President Murmu warmly welcomed Prime Minister Phillips and his delegation, underscoring the need to expand bilateral trade beyond existing parameters. She highlighted potential collaborations in Ayurveda, bio-fuels, and agriculture, particularly focusing on millets to tackle climate change and food insecurity.

Commending Guyana’s role in assuming the rotating Presidency of CARICOM and the United Nations Security Council for the month, President Murmu expressed solidarity as leading members of the Global South. She applauded Guyana’s efforts in climate change mitigation, green energy, and sustainable development, emphasizing the importance of collective action in addressing global challenges.

The meeting between Prime Minister Phillips and President Murmu signifies a commitment to strengthening ties between Guyana and India, paving the way for deeper collaboration and mutual prosperity.

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